22 Songs From Flywheel Instructors to Power Your Post-Thanksgiving Workout

Courtesy of Flywheel 


Thanksgiving Day is here, and if you're looking for a playlist for working out (or hanging out), we've got you covered. A few of Flywheel’s instructors came together to create an exclusive, post-Thanksgiving workout playlist for Billboard based on their highest performing songs, ranging from Selena Gomez and Calvin Harris favorites, to epic remixes of Halsey and Imagine Dragons songs.

"My most requested song from riders when I ask what song gets them pumped is 'Lose Yourself' by Eminem," instructor Gina Racz says. "I totally agree! The beat is hypnotic, the words are inspirational, and the meaning of the song is about living in the moment. Fight or flight, baby! This song speaks to the competitive and noncompetitive alike with the same feeling...crush it!"

"'Touch The Sky' by Big Gigantic is my favorite, because it always brings the most amount of energy to the studio," Emily Fayette adds. "The energy of the song is all over the place, and you can feel it in the riders as well."

The instructors who made the mix -- Racz, Fayette and Kyle Axman -- also participated in Flywheel’s celebratory class on Friday (Nov. 16) at Flywheel Sports Lincoln Square in honor of their 1000th FLY Live class for the On Demand Bike and its one year anniversary. You can join the party, too, with a Black Friday/Cyber Monday deal -- Flywheel is offering its FLY On Demand bike for as low as $999 (retails for $1699 & up) for a saving of $950. The FLY On Demand is a high-performance bike that brings Flywheel’s in-studio experience into the home, allowing you to accurately track your performance during class and over time, compete and race with other riders, challenge yourself and take your fitness to the next level. To redeem online, use the code BESTWEEKEVER from Nov. 21 to Nov. 26. on Flywheel's website.

Check out the mix below.


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